Lifelong Democrat Jessie Contreras changed his mind and his political party in May 2022. The south Texan said it was at Beto O’Rourke’s distasteful appearance in Uvalde after the school shooting that left 19 children dead.
“We were grieving,” he said. “He came in posturing to get national headlines on the news that night. It wasn’t about him. It was about our children.”
“To us, Beto is about as welcome as a mosquito or a barking dog. Mosqu-eto the O’Rourke–the Bark. All bark and no bite.”
George Soros puppet and multi-time political failure Robert Francis O’Rourke, “Beto,” made a Houston campaign stop over in November 2021 and was met with an unfriendly crowd.
“Beto, I’m Robert. I’m a native Houstonian. On behalf of the ranchers, the oil and gas, the farmers, like Maxine Waters, I’m in your grill telling you don’t come back. We don’t want you here. Get the hell out!” he said after shaking O’Rourke’s hand. “Hey Beto! Come and take it. It ain’t going to happen. You lost twice. No means no.”
The crowd then started chanting, “Hell no! Hell no!”
The obsessed Beto ran for U.S. Senate in 2018 and lost to Republican Senator Ted Cruz. In 2020, he ran for president and failed again. During his presidential campaign, he promised to use the government to confiscate lawfully owned AR-15 sporting rifles.
Describing his failed run for the presidency, Pollster Frank Luntz said it best.
“All of Beto was about him,” Luntz pinpointed. “It wasn’t about policy, it wasn’t about politics. It was cult of personality.”
His campaign was so bad Beto resorted to “the dumbest thing you could possibly do” by announcing a reset. That’s like “acknowledging that your politics don’t work,” Luntz said.
Perhaps the best part of Beto running again is knowing the tremendous amount of money being wasted from liberal-leftist donors from all over the country being poured into the losing efforts.
Again, the faux-journalists from corporate news repeat their chant to “turn Texas blue” in a tired and feverish pitch. While most real citizens rejoice in the Democrat PAC resources going up in smoke.
“One day, as I was driving home from work, I noticed two children crossing the street,” O’Rourke once wrote. “They were happy, happy to be free from their troubles…. This happiness was mine by right. I had earned it in my dreams.”
“As I neared the young ones, I put all my weight on my right foot, keeping the accelerator pedal on the floor until I heard the crashing of the two children on the hood, and then the sharp cry of pain from one of the two,” O’Rourke continued. “I was so fascinated for a moment, that when after I had stopped my vehicle, I just sat in a daze, sweet visions filling my head.”
Perhaps Robert Francis O’Rourke’s most disturbing political stunt took place right after the Uvalde school shootings.
Governor Abbott had spoken on the tragedy and was about to hand the microphone over to Lt. Governor Dan Patrick when O’Rourke, tried to hijack the press conference.
“You are doing nothing,” Beto yelled. Texas Senator Ted Cruz told him to “sit down” and Lt. Gov. Patrick said, “You’re out of line and an embarrassment.”
He went after Abbott in a belligerent and disrespectful manner that turned out to be an appalling disrespect for the victims and their grieving loved ones.
“No. He needs to get his ass out of here. This isn’t his place to talk to, so…,” said Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin.
Mayor McLaughlin shot back, “Sir, you’re out of line! Sir, you’re out of line! Sir, you are out of line! Please leave this auditorium. I can’t believe you’re a sick son of a b-tch that would come to a deal like this to make a political issue,” he shouted as Beto was escorted out.
Gov. Abbott reacted to the disgusting sideshow with strong words, “There are family members who are crying as we speak.” he said. “There are family members whose hearts are broken, there’s no words than anybody shouting can come up here and do anything to heal those broken hearts.”
“Every Texan, every American has a responsibility where we need to focus not on ourselves and our agendas, we need to focus on the healing and hope that we can provide to those who have suffered unconscionable damage to their lives and loss of life,” Abbott continued.
“We need all Texans, in this one moment in time, put aside the personal agendas, think of somebody other than ourselves, think about the people who are hurt and help those who have been hurt,” he added emphatically.
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